Food Toy Story Land; Hollywood Studios
  • On Apr 16, 2024
    Christy from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My family wants to eat at Roundup Rodeo BBQ, but my son who is super picky will not eat anything on the menu. Is it possible to get him a quick service hamburger or something and bring it in for him to eat there and not get charged for him?

    Hey Howdy Hey Christy!

    I'm happy to welcome you to Andy's Room. . .I mean planDisney!  Before your adventures take you across the country to Disney's Hollywood Studios, let's take a look at some dining options for you and your family.

    Christy, I know a thing or two about picky eaters as my two oldest definitely fit that description.  Roundup Rodeo BBQ offers a rootin' tootin' good time for toys and people alike.  The menu here is priced per person as the food is served family-style and each guest can choose to eat as much or as little of each course they select.  While you are always welcome to ask your server if there are any additional options for your son, you will still have to pay for him regardless of how much he eats.  

    While this may not be the answer you were hoping for, I'm happy to share a few options that may work for your family.  Walt Disney World Resort currently allows guests to bring food into the park.  You could pack something easy like a PB&J or cereal bar for your son to eat before entering the restaurant and then maybe he would enjoy snacking on some sides like Slinky Dog's Mac and Cheese and the Potato Barrels.  He may also find a dessert that he likes in the cupcake or chocolate pie.  If you're looking for another Toy Story dining option, you can also check out the Quick-Service location - Woody's Lunch Box.  This is always a hit for our family with grilled cheese sandwiches, "totchos," and famous lunch box tarts!

    There are also two other great locations with popular themed dining inside of Disney's Hollywood Studios.  50s Prime Time Café and Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater both invite your family to take a step back in time.  At 50s Prime Time Café, you can dine on some traditional family dinner favorites like meatloaf, fried chicken, and much more.  The servers have a great time reminding you to eat your vegetables and to keep your elbows off the table.  Here you'll probably feel more like family than guests!  At Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater, your family can enjoy a drive-in movie experience - complete with a classic film, dining inside your car, and a classic menu highlighted by a great selection of burgers.  Both of these restaurants offer traditional advanced dining reservations, but my favorite way to enjoy them is as part of the Fantasmic! Dining Package.  With this package, you can pair lunch or dinner at one of these restaurants with a voucher for reserved VIP seating at Fantasmic!  Reservations are limited, so make sure you check availability for this dining package as soon as your reservation window opens.  

    Christy, I hope this helps you plan for your visit to Disney's Hollywood Studios!  Remember that you've got a friend in me here at planDisney and we hope you stop by to see us again if you have any other vacation planning questions in the future!

    To Infinity and Beyond!

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Meet the Panelist: Kristi, Maryland

Hi! I'm Kristi and I've been making magical memories at the Walt Disney World Resort since my first visit in 1989. While I cherished my childhood visits, my favorite memories have come sharing all of the excitement and wonder of a Disney Parks vacation with my husband and three boys. Whether you're planning a runDisney racecation, a trip with little ones, a land and sea adventure, or anything in between, I'm ready to help you make some bibbidi-bobbidi-beautiful plans for your next Disney Parks vacation! Learn More About Kristi

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